Bones Brigade: An Autobiography, a 2012 skateboarding documentary by the director of Dogtown and Z-boys Stacy Peralta.
The film follows the story of the Bones Brigade, a skateboarding team set-up in the early 1980's by George Powell and Stacy Peralta. By 1984 the team consisted of six teenagers Tony Hawk, Rodney Mullen, Steve Caballero, Lance Mountain, Tommy Guerrero and Mike McGill. This was the most competitively dominant skate-team in history which pioneered modern skateboarding as we know it today.
It was not by any means plain sailing as the documentary explains, even the legendary Tony Hawk received a royalty check for 85¢ based on his signature boards monthly sales, which of course would be unthinkable today.